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From staff reports
Iowa-based Security Savings Bank is expanding to the Sioux Falls market. The bank will build a two-story branch at 2331 E. 10th St. It’s expected to open in the first half of 2018.
Joe Schellhaas bought the rights to a Mosquito Joe franchise that will serve southern South Dakota and southern Minnesota. Services include barrier sprays designed to last for weeks, all-nature treatments and sprays for commercial and residential special events.
“O” So Good Restaurant has opened in Garretson in the former Annie’s Coffeehouse space on Main Avenue. Chef Omar Thornton is serving food with a Southern flair. “O” So Good will be open for dinner from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday and Saturday, Thornton will serve breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m., lunch from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 3 to 10 p.m. Sunday brunch will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Milan Laser Hair Removal has opened in the Village on Louise retail center at 5009 S. Louise Ave. The Nebraska-based company has more than a dozen offices in six states. It fills the space vacated by LazaDerm and Physicians Vein Clinic, which moved to 3401 S. Kelley Ave. in June.
Silverstar Car Wash is adding a fourth location in Sioux Falls. The locally owned business will build the car wash along 26th Street, east of Marion Road. It’s also planning to upgrade the equipment at its oldest site at 57th Street and Marion Road.
Cinema Falls has expanded to Okoboji, Iowa, with Cinema at the Lakes. The business, which organizes the screening of independent films, is collaborating with the Pearson Lakes Arts Center to show movies on the first Thursday of the month.
Bob’s Carryout and Delivery is moving to 3607 E. 10th St., a former Toppers pizza site, and renaming itself Cluckin’ Good Chicken and BBQ. Owners Ben and Jona Weiland said the plan is to open in August. The restaurant has been at 1312 W. 12th St. since 1944 under a variety of names.
Bimbo Bakeries USA is closing its Sioux Falls plant near 10th Street and Cleveland Avenue and moving production to Nebraska and Kansas. The bread-making plant employs 59 workers.
Prairie Dance Inc. has purchased Vine Street Distributing Inc., which does business as Spunky Fluff. Terri Schuver, who owns the metal artwork business and the retail store Sticks and Steel, is moving production from Denver to Sioux Falls in early August.
Land Home Financial Services has opened a Sioux Falls office at 3220 W. 57th St. The mortgage bank is based in California. Eric Anderson serves as the branch manager.
A North Dakota-based information technology company is planning to acquire a division of Sioux Falls-based EarthBend. High Point Networks will take over the value-added reseller division of EarthBend, which will keep its value-added distributor and soon-to-launch EB 360 cloud divisions. High Point Networks has offices in five states, including one in Sioux Falls.
Will’s Training Table opened July 13 in northwest Sioux Falls. The restaurant is an original concept that replaces the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s at the Sanford Sports Complex. It’s operated by a subsidiary of Sanford Health.
Alternative HRD, a Sioux Falls-based human resource management and consulting firm, has opened a satellite office in Brookings. The new location is in the Brookings Innovation Center, which is part of the Research Park at South Dakota State University.
Harold’s Photo Experts is closing its store at 2711 S. Louise Ave. Harold’s was founded in 1910 in downtown Sioux Falls. The main site at 912 W. 41st St. remains, and it also has stores in Sioux City and Fargo.
Club Pilates will open this fall in The Bridges at 57th. Michael and Tricia Safranski are the franchise owners. The fitness studio will offer strength-training classes for all ages, with group and private classes in all levels of Pilates.
Online boutique TH Grey is opening a storefront on Phillips Ave. Owner Trish Tilberg hopes to open in early August. The store will sell women’s clothing, accessories, shoes and handbags. It will be in the former Man Code space at 330 S. Phillips Ave.
Remedy Brewing Co. opens July 21. The brewery at 8th & Railroad Center will serve a variety of craft beers made on site and food that has been prepared by neighboring K restaurant. Hours will be 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday.
Slim Chickens, 1517 S. Minnesota Ave., has pushed its opening date to July 24. The franchise restaurant specializes in chicken tenders, wings, made-from-scratch sauces, sandwiches and wraps.
Here’s a roundup of recent business changes in the Sioux Falls area.